This is a graphic representation of Tupelo Honey by Van Morrison.
Each color represents a different note. Lighter colors denote higher pitches, and the colors change as the pitch modulates. The rhythm is shown through the length of each shape. A whole note is an inch long and each subsequent note is a fraction equal to its value. The top line of each couplet represents the melody, and the bottom line represents the chords in the bass line.
- Printed on 130# White Smooth Uncoated stock.
- Larger sizes are available upon request!
- Does not come framed.